How to Talk to Anyone Free Audiobook

How to Talk to Anyone (2003)

The lost art of oral communication may be revived by Leil Lowndes.

What is that magical skill that makes some people immediately liked and respected? Everyone wants to be friends with that kind of person. They rise quickly to the top of the company. What makes them so successful?

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It boils down to a more skilled way of dealing with people, which is why it’s so important to learn how to deal with people.

“With her trademark entertaining and straight shooting style, Leil updated her classic book, Talking the Winner’s Way, with new research about techniques that work.”

The Book Guide® Editor

She has spent her career teaching others how to communicate effectively. She provides 92 easy and effective techniques for making people want to listen to you and be interested in what you have to say. If you’re confused by the difference between Leil’s previous book, How to Talk to Anybody about Anything, and her new book, How to Talk Anyone, then you probably need to read both books. This one is completely unique!

How to Talk to Anyone (2003) by Leil Lowndes

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